Higher Than An Eagle


This week’s photo, taken November 18, 2015 from the Edmonds Pier in Edmonds, WA, features an adult BALD EAGLE cruising by the pier.

Whenever the BALD EAGLES show up at the Edmonds waterfront – and they often do this time of year – the other birds are on high alert. When an eagle approaches the area, all of the gulls take flight. Apparently, they feel that they are too easy a target if they continue to sit on their favorite perch.

Since eagles are famous for soaring to great heights, from my point of view, it’s pretty cool to be positioned higher than an eagle as it flies by.

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About Joe Sweeney

I photograph birds to share the beauty and wonder I find in nature.
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3 Responses to Higher Than An Eagle

  1. Deborah Pinkham says:

    That’s a great picture! I love the details of the feathers on the wing.

  2. Bruce Mutz says:

    Joe this is an amazing, outstanding, difficult to get photo. It couldn’t be any better. Very very nice

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